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Merced County Sheriff’s Department

Merced County is located north of Fresno in California’s Central Valley. The county was formed in 1855 and today has a population of over 255,000 residents that live in the 1,971 square foot area.Much of the county’s population resides in unincorporated areas. Law enforcement services are provided by the Merced County Sheriff’s Department to those residents. The sheriff’s deputies adhere to the high standards expected by the public by being fair, compassionate, unbiased and in conformance with the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics.


Department and Substations

Merced County Sheriff’s Department/ Main Jail Facility
700 W 22nd St.
Merced, CA 95340
Phone: 209-385-7444

The main sheriff’s station in Merced County, the officers from this station serve the communities of Le Grand, Planada, El Nido, Snelling, and Winton.


Los Banos (Westside) Substation
445 I St.
Los Banos, CA 93635
Phone: 209-710-6000
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The Westside substation serves the areas of Gustine, Santa Nella, Volta, Santa Rita Park, and South Dos Palos.


C.F. Bludworth (North) Substation
9481 Shank Rd.
Delhi, CA 93515
Phone: 209-385-7660

The North Substation serves Hilmar, Delhi, and Stevinson.


The Merced County Sheriff’s Department provides traditional law enforcement services to the community, including patrols and traffic enforcement.   The department is also responsible for administering the Merced County Jail

The Court Services Division consists of about 50 sheriff’s employees who provide bailiff duties, judicial protection and general law enforcement. Several correctional officers provide transportation services between the courts and jails and monitor inmates. Sheriff Security Attendants monitor the safety of courthouse visitors, staff and inmates.

The Merced County Sheriff’s Department has several special operations units, including a Dive Team, K9 Unit, Special Enforcement Response Team (SERT) and Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT).

There are currently 10 divers on the Dive Team. Divers travel across the state to aid flood victims. They are on call 24-hours a day and are most often called into service to help recover drowning victims and evidence from the county’s bodies of water.

The K9 Unit is used to assist patrols in tracking and apprehending suspects. The patrol dogs are also trained to search for illegal drugs like marijuana, cocaine, heroin, and methamphetamine.
The SERT officers are trained to help with protecting jail staff and inmates. They are a deterrent to inmate violence, which gives staff members and correctional officers more confidence to perform their jobs.

The SWAT Team takes part in high-risk situations, such as suspected snipers, barricaded gunmen, armed suspects with hostages, potential riot situations, and VIP security.

Reliable Bail Bonds

If someone you know has been arrested in Merced County, you want to find the most dependable bail bondsman. The licensed bondsmen at Tonya Page Bail Bonds have built a strong network, working with law enforcement and detention facilities across the state.

We can answer your questions and help walk you through the bail bonds process so that you will feel more at ease. Our simple paperwork can be completed over the phone, by fax or email, or in person. We will arrange to meet with you at whichever location is most convenient for you. Many of our clients can complete the bail bond process without ever leaving their home or office.

With our help, your loved one will spend as little time in jail as possible. The bail bonds process is overwhelming, but with the help of our reliable, friendly bondsman you’ll be pleasantly surprised how simple it can be.

Call us right away at 1-877-861-3761 so that we can get started on  a bail bond for your loved one in Merced County.


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Updated:  07/11/2011